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Turn the PX-350 to split Duet mode.

Press a note. They would have 5 chances to find the correct
note.

After about 4 or 5 turns, we branched out to more than one note.

We'd take turns.

They both seemed to have fun.

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Yes, this is a common exercise called dictation which is very beneficial. Keep doing it.


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Yes, this is a common exercise called dictation which is very beneficial. Keep doing it.


Thanks Polyphonist... I'm going to go research more about that. My youngest really likes it.

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What a great way to do ear training and enjoy making music with the kids! thumb

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I like to play An Arpeggio game with my students. Once they have learn't enough for me to pick out scales at random we do this.

I play chords in a 3/4 waltz rhythm and they come in with one octave arpeggios. It's great fun and kids and adults all love it! Gets them moving around the piano as well! Give it a go!


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